Airline Economics

Proposed standard payments clearing platform could slash $8 billion annual cost for airlines

Jet fuel prices are up by 35% since June - what are the implications for airlines and aircraft investors?

Boeing's new chief; Q400 milestone; CAS in 75 aircraft Airbus deal

IATA upgrades its forecasts for 2015

Paris Air Show themes

Fine tuning the LCC model

LCCs positioned to further dominate the European short-haul market

Q1 lessor results buoyed by falling financing costs

What Q1 results tell us about the airline industry

Emirates' ECA-backed Sukuk; CALC's results

The Gulf Carrier debate

Are US airlines now a more fundamentally attractive destination for funds managed by value conscious asset management firms?

Was January's slowdown in RTK growth merely a blip or the start of something more serious?

Aircastle's results show re-aligning of fleet strategy

In this issue

European LCC outlook; what IPO will mean for Wizzair; Southwest's model continues to deliver for investors

An Irish aircraft financier's personal take on the IAG bid for Aer Lingus

Skymark's exposure to a combination of currency and asset risk was its downfall

Boeing Q4 results sparkle with record $440bn backlog

Analysing the health of the global airline industry

Commercial aircraft orders power in to 2015

Flydubai's Sukuk financing analysed

European Airlines: how they fare - we asked leading analysts

The impact of strike action at Air France KLM and Lufthansa

How Boeing's MAX 200 can be a game changer for LCC unit costs

Geopolitics clouds the aircraft market

Ryanair Eurobond issue opens cost gap, profit enhancement opportunity

Gulf and Turkish carriers placing big pressure on European legacy airlines

Etihad plots global strategy

Airports and Airlines: the gains to be made by a more productive working relationship

Insights from Dublin aircraft finance conferences

IAG fleet plan reveals technology shifts at play

The quest for lower unit costs

Long haul - low cost finds momentum

Wide body order cancellations

Why the price earnings ratio (PER) is not a very useful tool for gauging airline values

United Boeing 737 order shows US replacement potential, MAX flexibility

'Sell or hold?': the question at individual asset level that's facing engine lessors, says Jon Sharp of ELF

Will the MAX and NEO be game-changers? The first lessor to order both the Max and the NEO gives the views of Aviation Capital Group

GIC's $300 million investment likely to see bulk of Avolon's planned 150 strong fleet deployed in Asia-Pacific within 3 years - Slattery


IAG looks to take long haul low cost unit to another LEVEL

Ryanair targets 200m passengers by 2024

Wizzair order for 110 A321neos, leaves PAS 2015 order book in line with Farnborough 2014

Carriers lead the way in Paris ordering, boosted by Wizzair's last minute Airbus MOU

African carriers spread their wings

The difficulties in consolidating Europe's airlines

Gulf carrier debate - IAG makes its views clear

New Airline ETF reopens a door to aviation investors

Aviation Investment Indicators: share prices end first quarter strongly

In this issue

The market for private EETCs

Airlines lick their fuel hedging wounds - and some double up on the next race

Warning signs for airline growth

Turkish's EETC debut nears; Garuda's Sukuk; Bombardier increases stock offering

Should airlines buy or lease aircraft ?

Citi: Airlines looking at a widening of funding sources in 2015

FLY grows 22% in 2014, Waypoint portfolio reaches 95 helicopters; Asiana's Airbus order

Why invest in commercial aircraft?

Seminar: deepening the knowledge base of existing and potential investors in aircraft

Onward and upwards: 2015 New Year Industry Snapshot

Boeing and Airbus break delivery records in 2014; Airbus launches extended range A321neo

Positive signs for investors in aviation

Nervous equity markets in the Aviation Complex, as sector corrects

Airline leaders discuss strategy at Dublin summit

Olympic Airlines decision reassuring for aircraft lessors

The attributes that define the LCC culture

Delta's choice of end of production aircraft highlights new versus used aircraft debate

'Nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded'

Benefits of the Cape Town Convention the focus of AWG Dubai seminar; Jet Airways sells stake to Etihad

Olympic Airlines SA versus ACG - analysis of the appeal reasoning

Aircraft leasing 2013 - managing residuals, the boom towns of the East and high cost mezzanine finance

Major changes underway in short-haul Europe

Gulf carriers step up their global intent

Restructuring enters a new phase across Europe

Kingfisher Airlines offers lessons to financiers and forecasters

Winter hibernation - more appealing option for some Northern hemisphere airlines in 2012-2013

Quickfire interview: Ryanair's CFO on airline treasury and financing issues in 2012

The 2012 aviation financing environment - an operating lessor's perspective

The numerous challenges facing airlines following its inclusion in the EU's cap-and-trade scheme from 2012

Tony Ryan, the founder of Ryanair, GPA, and Ireland's aviation finance industry, writing in July 1987, in the second edition of Finance Magazine, about a single European aviation market